Common Whitlowgrass - Erophila verna
Common Whitlowgrass with
Mossy Stonecrop - Crassula tillaea
Sea Mouse-ear - Cerastium diffusum
Little Mouse-ear - Cerastium semidecandrum
This is Little Mouse-ear and Lesser Chickweed you can see how small these flowers are by comparing them with the size of the sand grains. Lesser Chickweed is particularly inconspicuous as it has petal-less flowers.
Lesser Chickweed - Stellaria pallida
Hidcote Blue Comfrey - Symphytum × hidcotense
Musk Storksbill - Erodium moschatum
Rustyback Fern - Asplenium ceterach
It was great to see an early flowering sallow with no less than six Red Admirals nectaring on it.
Few-flowered Garlic - Allium paradoxum
Summer Snowflake also known as Loddon Lily as it grows along the banks of the River Loddon in Berkshire and elsewhere in the Thames Valley. It is a rare native and can be told apart from the garden variety which is a common escapee by its minutely toothed flower stalks.
Toothed flower stalk.
Summer Snowflake - Leucojum aestivum
Mezereon at the Warburg Reserve in Oxfordshire.
This plant seems to be getting rarer in the UK as it seems to have disappeared from many of its recorded sites. It can sometimes be seen as a garden escape but the plants here are native.
Mezereon - Daphne mezereum